How to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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  1. Night Hawk's Avatar
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       #100

    torrente2008 said:
    With online update i beleive there is no windows.old
    Whether online or manual either the Windows.old is created new when none exists or the existing one is overwritten as the existing folders are backed up over the previous. That is what prevents say 7 or 8.1 from being restored if you upgrade one 10 build to the newer. For the 7 desktop upgraded to 10 TH2 the RS1 update reported not being able to revert back to 7 once the updated build was completely on in the warning message as the manual update was first started up.

    Cliff S said:
    I found another way to get it: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...update-history

    I was just curious what they posted for a changelog(by the way this):


    And noticed this button and clicked it(just for the screenshot):
    Attachment 94429
    The change log only indicates the minor changes between the 14393.10 update as a general release type build and the just seen previous RS1 Insider builds including the 14393 build just seen a week or so ago for those who follow the Previews. It won't make much sense for anyone who is now either updating from the TH2 or just getting into 10 for the first time.

    diskdoc said:
    Hello again Night Hawk,
    When I did my first upgrade, I was running 8.1 Pro and I updated to Win 10 Pro.
    Did you upgrade from 8.1 Home to Pro after getting the machine? That would be the only explanation for the embedded Home key in bios problem. Otherwise it would certainly be a stranger then science fluke for 10 Pro to downgrade to Home out of nowhere during the update's upgrade.
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  2. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #101

    [QUOTE=Night Hawk;764533]
    The change log only indicates the minor changes between the 14393.10 update as a general release type build and the just seen previous RS1 Insider builds including the 14393 build just seen a week or so ago for those who follow the Previews. It won't make much sense for anyone who is now either updating from the TH2 or just getting into 10 for the first time.



    .[/QUOTE @Night Hawk, I made the post to show there is another place to get the Anniversary Update from. If you click the link you'll see it.
    The rest was just information on how I found it
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  3. Night Hawk's Avatar
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       #102

    Simply going to the Anniversary FAQs page or other 10 page will link off to one of the main download/update type pages. If you should get lost roving about MS wants to make sure you find your way back to 10 easy enough! I was going through several on the 2nd when running into that factor.

    The other page filler type info we would naturally expect anyways from MS who "wants to make us feel we are a part of something".

    (MS Board Room: "we'll catch 'em when they are not looking!" "add a few new twists in too?" "couldn't have it any other way!")
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  4. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #103

    Night Hawk said:
    About 3.38gb is what it comes to on Disk.
    I have burnt it onto a DVD, where the used space is now 3.24 GB.

    prikker said:
    Still nothing. Tomorrow I'll try again.
    The same here. I am in China.
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  5. Night Hawk's Avatar
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       #104

    Matthew Wai said:
    I have burnt it onto a DVD, where the used space is now 3.24 GB.


    The same here. I am in China.
    You wouldn't be running the same download where you are as far as language and likely whether or not you have 10N or 10KN compared to the 10 English(US) not English International or other language there. That would effect the size to a degree as well as the difference between iso on disk and after burning to blank media.

    For the BD ROM ESD-ISO virtual optical drive when right clicking after all folders/files are highlighted to select properties I see 3.37gb while a direct right click on the iso file itself shows 3.38gb being the compressed file itself. I would expect the size to drop a bit if burned to disk here as well since there is a degree of compression generally seen again with any burned media.
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  6. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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       #105

    My download is 10 in traditional Chinese.
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  7. AlphaUMi's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64
       #106

    Where can I find a link to download directly the Windows 10 ISO? The Tech Bench page seems to be down. I would prefer to download the ISO, not the Media Creation Tool.
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #107

    AlphaUMi said:
    Where can I find a link to download directly the Windows 10 ISO? The Tech Bench page seems to be down. I would prefer to download the ISO, not the Media Creation Tool.
    Windows 10 ISO
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  9. Matthew Wai's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #108

    The link in the above post goes to a blank page on my Chrome but to a download page on my Firefox.
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  10. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #109

    For me it goes to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10ISO/
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